“Making everyone work to a rigid cycle with no integer divisors and which doesn't even fit the month or the year is a great idea.”
The week is an evil invention created by Babylonian overlords to force their people to work, sleep, and binge-watch Netflix to a rigid cycle. Today, it still enslaves millions of workers.
Days of the week[edit | edit source]
Monday[edit | edit source]
The week starts here, unless you're American or Canadian, in which case scroll to the end of the week. No, that's not the beginning, that's the end.
Tuesday[edit | edit source]
Not much better than Monday, but the prospect of the working weekend makes it slightly more bearable.
Wednesday[edit | edit source]
The working week is half over. Of course, you'll never get away from work even at the weekends, but at least you can pretend to.
Thursday[edit | edit source]
Friday[edit | edit source]
This day is named after the Norse fertility goddess Frigg, so you will have a higher chance of successfully boinking a beautiful Scandinavian woman in a shady love motel tonight. On the other hand, Frigg's son-in-law is literally the god of thunder, so you might want to go for someone else.
Saturday[edit | edit source]
You can momentarily forget your sorrows through consuming a large amount of alcohol tonight, and then pass out on the pavement, banging your head and ending up in A&E.
Sunday[edit | edit source]
You can indulge in masochism as you recover from your hangover and worry about work endlessly. No, this is not the start of the week.
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